Paula Rego can feel confident that she is ‘amongst the grown ups’ (something she always craved) with a spectacular retrospective at Tate Britain. Concerned that, as woman, her art won’t be taken as seriously as male artists, this show is a huge moment of recognition for one of the world’s leading contemporary artists and provides a fascinating perspective on her upbringing, the political state she escaped in her native Portugal and her dark, narrative-driven work which illuminates injustice towards women.